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DataReader and DataSet

  • Damien Foggon
  • Daniel Maharry

Abstract

In Chapters 4 and 5 you saw in detail how you build and pass commands to a database, and you discovered the three types of result from a SQL statement: a confirmation, a scalar value, and a DataReader object. You also saw how to deal with scalars and confirmations. In this chapter, you’ll continue your look at the third step in driving a page with data: handling the data correctly once it has been returned from the database. You have a large number of options for this, but they all boil down to whether you’re going to work with the data directly from the database or save it on the server as disconnected data.

Keywords

Data Table Data Provider Structure Query Language Publisher Table Publisher Object 
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© Damien Foggon and Daniel Maharry 2004

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  • Damien Foggon
  • Daniel Maharry

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